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M r. B elmont's L etter .—The following is the circular letter of Mr August Belmont, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Al though dated nearly two months ago, it has but lately found its way into the newspapers : "N *w Y ork, March 2, 1868. "Dear Sir—I have forwardod to you the call of the Democratio Na tional Committee for the holding of the next National Convention in the city of New York, on«the 4th of July next. You will please confer with tho State Central Committee of your State, to the end that sho be fully represented in the Convention by the number of delegates to which she is entitled. "The National Committee is very desirous that an earnest appeal should be made to tho conservative element throughout tho Union, which has not heretofore uctcd with the Democratic party. "We call upon every Democratic voter to unite with us in our efforts to save our free institutions from the lawless despotism which now threat ens tho very foundations of our Government. "It is only by the united action of all who love the Union and the Con stitution that We can hope to drive from power in the next Presidential election the Radical party, which, by its representatives in Congress, has attempted to usurp tho funotions of tho judiciary and executive branches of Government, and which, by profit gaoy and corruption in the manage ment of our national finances, con tinues to burden our people with a system of taxation which must end in public and private disaster, unless ar rested by a wise, sound and economi cal policy such as a Democratic ad ministration is sure to give us. "I hope you will lose no time, in order to cause such measures to be taken in your State as will bring to our aid in tho contest before us the combined strength 0 f all those who are opposed to Congressional usurpa tion and negro supremacy, and who wish the restoration of our common country under the blesBings'of the laws and the Constitution, for which our brave soldiers and sailors shed their blood and the nation poured out its treasure. "A ugustus B elmont, Chairman.' A B lue H orse .—The "Blue Horse," now on exhibition in London, is four teen and a half hands high, and has no trace of hair or roots of hair on any part of its body j its skin is sjnooth and delicate, feeling to the touch like india-rubber, and very warm, and forms in curious wrinkles when the animal moves. It is of a purplish gray color over the greater part of the body ; its face is buff, and there is a large patch of the same color over half the back, with numer ous blotches; the tail resembles that of a pig. At a distance it looks as if formed of some variety of rare marble. It was obtained by Mr. Lashmar, a merchant, in 1860, on the Gaboon river, from a herd of quaggas, and sent to the cape. It was brought over to England in 1863, broken in at Astley's and afterwards ridden three parts of a season with Lord Stanford's hounds. It had been ex amined by Prof. Spooner, of the Vet erinary college, who pronounced it to be eight years old, and who also de livored a lecture on it to his pupils. It does well in harness, but, being en tirely naked, requires warm clothing. It is symmetrically formed. When first captured it was blue all over, with tho exception of one foot ; but tho blue color gradually diminished after it was brought to England, and the owner thinks in time*it will lose it entirely. He washes it daily in cold witter, which, he says, is neoes sary to keep it in health. tW The foolish and impertinent detachment of soldiers at Carlisle Bar racks, Pennsylvania, that held a meet ing and passed resolutions denouncing impeachment, and pledging the Presi dent their support as armed men, have been senj; to the Indian frontier, and the commander of the post, Gen, Grier, joins his regiment in Missouri —all by order of Gen. Qrant. a®" The raising of cotton in Egypt has co&sed to be remunerative since the termination of our war, and large tracts of land lately employed for that purpose are being sown with wheat. In ancient times Egypt was the gran ary of the world, and it may become so again. • • ♦ » / let*™ A large paper mill is now in operation a few miles from Mobile, and the quality of the paper is so good that Mobile papers propose to substitute it for the Northern pro duct they have hitherto used. GROCERIES, ETC. ECONOMICAL LAMP WICK. rrttlIS WICK is twice the length of the old _L style, and consequently utu the waste of so|many »hört pieces. All sliea for Ml« at mar28 BEAL'S BOOK A VAKIKTV STOKE, COAL OIL. CCONSUMERS aod Dealer* oan procure floe j White Ooal Oil, bjr tbe barrel or gallon at store of [marS4j JOSHUA BEAL FRESH & PUKE STICK CANDY. JUST RECEIVED, another lot of ten boxes of fresh and pure Stick Oandjr—prices moderate. <nar24 JOSHUA UK.A I. APPLE». A FEW barrels Green Apples just received by m ar!4 JOHIIUA UK A L WHISKY. CONSIGNMENT of 10 barrels — Western Whisky, just received and for sale cheap at JULIUS 0. BOGEL'S, maris No. 7, Main street. GUNS. SINGLE AND DOUBLE SHOT GÖNS, Breech Loading Rifles, at nov28 BEAL'S BOOK * VARIETY STORE FINE FANCY CONFECTIONERY. "1 / Ml POUNDS Klne Fancy Confectionery Just llA/ opened—prices moderate. lOSIIUA HKAL CHEAP HAY. A FEW more bales of that very cheap lot of Hay yet on hand and for sale by marUS JOSHUA REAL HAY, OATS AND BRAN. 1 PACKAGES Hay, Oat* and Bran, now IÜU In I taar28 I store aad for sale bv JOSHUA BEAL. SODA AND CREAM CRACKERS. 11) BOXKH choice and fresh Soda and Cream 11/ Crackers, just stored and for sale by mar i« JOSHUA BEAL CHEESE Altp BUTTER. THE freshest and bolt that any market affords can always be had at the store of the under signed. ImarlOJ N. WAX Westers Produce and Groceries. FIR a good supply of article* pertaining to Groceries and Western Produce-good goods and at a fair valuation—call at the store of feb27 JOSHUA BEAL FIRE GRATES. NOW is the time to set them, a flne lot lust received. |declS] J A M KS MoVAY. SHEET MUSIC. IF YOU want any piece of Sheet Music you can get It at (l,e published price by leaving your •rders at f b:t2 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIKTY STORE FRESH GARDEN SEEDS» A LA RGB quantity ot fresh. Garden Seeds, just received at febïll H «ROMAN'S BOOK k MUSIC STORE WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOK. BY the dozen or single one, at mar3 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIKTY STOKE FINE WHITE COAL OIL. ÏpAMILIKS and small dealers can procure at my store a fine White Illuminating Coal Oil at reduced prices feb27 JOSHUA RKAL 25 CHOICE NEW LAKD. KEGS Choice Leaf Lard in store ami for sale by jau4 JOSIIUA BEAL extra fine mess pork. DEALERS and Planters having need of Choloe _ Heavy Mesi, Pork, can secure as fine as wan ever packed, and at moderate figures, by calling at the store of jan4 JOSIIUA BEAL GREEN SHOULDERS. DBAI j RRH and consumers can be supplied with first class Green Shoulders, by calling at tbe store of Jan30 JOSHUA BEAT, wrapping paper. 1 OH REAMS assorted sises Wrapping Paper 1UU just stored by _marl0 * JOSH UA BEAL STAR CANDLES. " DEALERS can now be supplied with Candles, at very low figures, at store of jao28 JOSHUA BKAL GOOD AND CHEAP COW FEED. A MIXTURE of Corn Bran and Grits makes a flne Feed for Cows. Price, One Dollar and Seventy five Cents per hundred pounds. Give It atrial. (jan-'8) JO-HUA BKAI, BUTTER, CHEESE AND LARD. A GOOD supply of Choice Western Butter, Western deserve Cheese and White Leaf Lard, now in store and for sale by jan28 JOSHUA BEAL a Lard, now in store and for sale by jan28 STARCI1* JOSHUA BEAL STARCH, STARCH "I pi BOX KS Bost White Btarch, now In store It/ and for sale by •eptl'2 JOSHUA BEAL GERMAN SOAP. TK BOXES Superior German Soap, now in *J store and to arrive. septia JOSIIUA BEAL NEW CROP CRANBERRIEN. NEW CROP CRANBERRIES at retail by novl0 JOSHUA BKAL CHOICE GOSHEN BUTTER. FAMILIES can obtain a very choice Goshen Butter, at retail, from the store of noviu JOSHUA BEAL FLOUR. BAKRKLS and 40 half barrels Choice and Medium grades of fresh ground Klour, wow In itore and for sale by nov!2 JOSIIUA BEAL 100 SELF-RAISING FLOUR. I HAVE, at retail, a very choice Self-Raising Klour. Price moderate. Give me a call. novl2 JOSHUA BEAL BALMORAL BISCUITS. rpiIK LATEST SENSATION Is the Balmoral X. I!i«cull—for invalida, nothing finer can be had. [octlS] JOSHUA BKA L GOLDEN SYRUP. J have now in store a choice article of New Crop Golden Syrup. nov6 JOSIIUA BEAL buckwheat. JUST RECEIVED, another lot of choice New York Buckwdeat—the beat made in America, nov 19 J OSHUA B KAL 80z0d0nt YANBUSKIRK'S SOZODONT—A new supply just received at mar8 BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE mess and rump porki OH BARRELS Mess Pork, 6 barrels Rump /W \J Pork just stored and for sale bv f»b2T JO SHUA BKAL fine cut chewing tobacco. A LARGE LOT—very cheap at A mar3 BEAL'S BOOK <é VARIETY STORE cheese. O BOXES good Western Reserve ^heese, now in store and for sale to dealers at the low rate of Sixteen Cents per pounds. f«M JOSHUA BKAL corn grits. FOR one dollar in cash you can now procure 16 pounds of well'cieaned Corn Grits at the »tore of imarj] JOSHUA BEAL C)RN. -Cash purchasers of Corn can fiad a bar gain at my Store. [marTJ JOSHUA BEAL I : GROCERIES, ETC. RIO COFFEE. LOCAL and country dealers supplied with good Rio Coffee at moderate prl«»s by dec6 .It/'HU U A BEAI. CHEAP SOAP. , DEALERS will non And at my store a flne assortment of German and Rosin Soaps, at reduced prices. fet>4 JOSHUA fit) A I. TO DEALERS. ARDEN SEEDS.—Dealers wishing to replen Jl - Ish their stock* of Garden Seeds, cau do so at the store of j»n30 JOSHUA BKAI. KEG AND TIERCE LARD. A KKW packages In »tore, and more to arrive In a day or two. decia JOSHUA BRAL I SMALL HOMINY OR GIUTS. FAMILIES and Grocers supplied with small Hominy In any quantity to suit, at the store of ffeb16] JOSHUA HKAL PLANTING POTATOES. Fi R pure varieties of Planting Potatoes and large barrels, give me a call, feb*! JOSHUA DEAL PIGS» FEET. A FEW kegs of choice spiced Pigs Feet In store and for sale by JOSHUA HKAL COFFEE. 1 BAGS assorted grades Rio CelTse, now In _L\J store aNd for sale at moderate prices. Deal ers supplied with any quantity desired. frblft JOSHUA BEAL walking canes. A FULL supply of Walking and Sword Canes »I JelB BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY CTOItE barry's tricopiierous. A FULL supply just received at jelS BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORK Jackson White & Pink Eye Potatoes* eye BARRELS Boston Planting Potatoes of above named varieties—large barrels—just stored and for sa 1 » by inar'l JOSHUA VEAL Groceric», Produce, Meal, Etc. DEALKRSand consumers wanting to replen Iso their stores of above named goods can aiwajs find a good stock at lowest current market rales at the store of feb !8 JOSHUA IIKAI. Boston Fink Eye Potatoes. DAKRKLS l'ink Eye Potatoes, direct from dmitj Boston—no Weitem humbug. J im t stored I and for aale by febl5 JOSHUA BKAL Extra Early, Extra Prolific, &c. Ad M a IX < juhu tify of Kxtra Kar I. 7 and Kxtra Prolific Goodrich and Harrison 8«e<l Pota t<)e8, for sale if called lor soon, at store of feblô JOB HUA B K A h Builders' Materials and Hardware. COMPRISING :—200,000 choice Brick*. 50,000 J Shingle*, and »Very article of Hardware re quired by Planters and Builders, will be fur nished at greatly reduced prices. febl5 JAMKS MoVAY To Grow Your Own Seed Potatoes. rpo GROW your own seed and of the finest JL varieties known, call at my store and pur chase a few pounds or tbe Harrison and Karly Goodrich. They are large producers, very early and keep splendidly. febl5 JOSIIUA BEAL Goodrich Seedling Irish Potatoes. A SMALL quantity of the abq/e extra choice Seed Potatoes yet on hand. 'Price per peck, one dollar and fifty cents. Iebl8 JOSHUA BEAL Cheaper and More Valuable. AH a Cow Keed the "Mill Feed" flow gold from my mill Is much cheaper and more valuable, pound for pound, than Wheat. Bran. Give it » trial# (mar7j JQftHUA BKAI, Bleedings or Cooler Molasses. NKW CROP —Now on draft, Nnw Crop Cooler Molasse», also New Crop Golden Syrup. novlD JOSHUA BKAL Fresh Baked Soda Crackers. 1 il BOX Kfl Fresh flaked Soda Crackers, now In store and for sale by janie JOSHUA BKAL Cranberries, Buckwheat, &c. A GOOD supply of Cranberries, Buckwheat. Flour, Golden Syrup and Dried Apples, now In -store and for sale by janlil JOSHUA BEAL Onion Setts and Garden Seeds. AFRKHH stock of Landreth's Garden Heeds and Onion «etts on hand and for Hale by feb22 MACARONI AND JOSIinA bkai, v erîm IC elj lIT 1 1^ BOXES Priwh Macaroni and Vermicelli, in _L\J store and for sale by ja»2S JOSHUA BKAL CORN BRAN. A FEW HUNDRED pound* Oorn Bran, now ready and for »ale at One Dollar per hun dred porindB. jail If) J JOSHUA BKAL dred porindB. jail If) J JOSHUA BKAL shaker preserves. JUSTIIKCKIVKD.IO dozen Shaker Preserve*— the finest Preserve* put up In the eountry. jan21 JOSHUA BKAL feed. HAY, Corn, Oats, Wheat Itran, Cora Bran and Gronnd feed for sale by Jan21 JOSIIUA BKAL half barrels flour. DEALERS nui be supplied with a few half barre n ..f good Kamily Flour at moderate price*, by calling at the store of deo3 JOSHUA BKAL T"î robert e. lee. Robert K !.«■, Plour is manufactured by Gt orge I'. Ptani & Co., of St. Louis, and is un«u |.*«ie<l bjr anv Flour made In America. Give it a trial when you want something extra. d oc 2 JOSHUA BEAL coal oil. EXTRA White Non-explosive Ooal Oil, on draft and in five gallon tins, for sale at dec 12 JOSHUA BKAL cheap nails. I HAVE In store a good assortment of best, quality Cut Nails that I will close out at re tail very cheap for the cash. Planters and oth ers will do well to give me a call. _den3 JOSIIUA BEAL cedar buckets. BRASS and Iron-bound Cedar Buckets, a fine lot of them. marl2 JAMES MoVAY pocket knives. ALARGEasx rtment of cheap Pocket Knives at BEAL'S BOOK AND VARIETY STORE janll-3w pigs' feet. A FEW more kegs in store and for sale low by Jan30 JOSHUA BEAL FOR A GENERAL SUPPLY, ETC. FOR a general supply of the luxuries or staple articles of Family, Plantation or Grocers' use and where all trading isdone "on the square," give me a call. declD JOSHUA BEAL rice, RICE, rice. Cl ROCER8 can always procure choice Rice, In 1" any desired quantity and at prices that will compare favorably with those of New Orleans, by calling at the store of oct20 JOSHUA BEAL HARDWARE, ETC. Mil j i j krs and farmers, TAKE NOTICE. XHAVK on consignment fi very superior CORN MILL, with the French Btlrr Mill Stone*. It lias been In use but fora >hort lime, but 1* I d complete running order, together with 82 feel of ft Inch India Rubber Belling. It will be sold at a bargain. I have also In «tore #n assortment of the '"STEEL COHN MILLS," no very convenient for family use, and a few of the very best COKN SHELLERS. DOORS, B1.INDH ana SASH RH, of all size*, al ways on band or promptly tnsde to order. WINDOW GLASS of all size* furnished or cut lo order, at the Hardware Store oo 'third street, novüil JAMES McVAY. TO BUILDERS. 1AM PREPARED to All order* at short notice for Dressed Flooring *aiid Celling, Paonel Doors, Sashes and Blinds of all sixes and quali ties, at lowest innrkot rates. rnarf, JAMBS M o VAY. PAINTERS, TAKE NOTICE! XHA VE just received a full assortment of the various qualifies of White Lead and all the standard colors ground In oil, in can* aod packa ges to suit, at reduced rates. marlii JAMES MoVAY. Window Hashes, Venetian Shutters and Panel Doors* I II AVK RECEIVED and in (tore, a One at sortrnont of Windol* Hashes with Blinds to suit, of the following sl7.es, via: 10x1'/, 10x14, loxlftsnd 10x16 l.ichos I'anel Doors, 3x7 feet6 Inches ami 8xH fie',, made In the best manner md of seasoned Lumber, for sale low. junel JAMBS MoVAY BUILDERS, TAKE NOTICE! I HAVE In «tore 100 barrels Richard*' C\pe Lime, Cemont, Plaster of Pari* and Hair In quantities to suit purchasers, oct 10 JAMES MoVAY. PLOWS. I HAVE in »tore a full a » merit of f he Oesmolnes, Dodge ■ Barclay «sod lla'l, of Muysvltle y Hows, which I offer for sale at New Orleans prices. Call and ex ' mine my stock. teblS JAM KS MoVAY LUMBER. I HAVE In yard opposite the Theatre on Third street, 60,000 feet of otiolce, seasoned Lumber, c niaisiiug of Joist, Scantling, Flooring, Weather boarding, and Inch l'1-ink, for sale at greatly re duced rate*. f june'29) JAMBS MoVAV BUILDERS TAKE NOTICE. J It AVK Just, receivefJa choice lot of Dressed Kloo, ing (twenty thousand feet), for aale at low rates) Also, <iln Bauds, (three ply), Gutta Percha Oilers, Scythe and Grass Blades, Scythes, Ilunt'i. and Colling 1 , Kentucky and Yaoken Axes, Wood Saw*, Knives and Steel*, and a be"utlful assort men! of Fire Grates, at the New Store of sept«! . JAMBS MoVAV BUILDERS' HARDWARE. A FULL stock on hand, and to arrive direct from the manufactories at the Gazette and Comet Oilice Building, Third street. declS M M KS MoVAV whips. A COMPLETE assortment just received dlre«t fron»- tho manufactory, consisting of Car rings, Buggy, Sulky and Riding VMiips; also, I>ray, Team and Ox-Whips and Lashes. junel JAMKS MoVAY WHITE LEAD. JUST received, one ton of fresh pure White lead.in 25 pound cans, a very .uperiorarticle and of three different grades and qualltie*, and will be sold at prices to suit tbe times. )uue89 JAMKS MoVAY_ FRESH BOLTED MEAL. H OMR MANUFACTURE—My mill is now dally turning out a very superior article ol Bolted Corn Meal. The cost of it Is some fifty centB per barre! more than the Western maoè, yet a trial of the former wiil readily determine )t mn^h superior to the latter. Oivo the Home made Meal a trial. febl5 JOSHUA BEAL When in Need of a Good Lead Pencil, ASK YOUR MKRCHANT for 'H *bom **'s,"and take no other. For sale to Merchant* at New York prices at HKBOMAN'S, aug!5 Corner Chu-ch and Florida St* Lovers of Fiue II ich Cheese. TIlAVfc in store a few cas*» of very One choeUe —weight «orne elijht pounds each—and to which I woul t solicit the attention of gootf livers (oct29) JOSIIUA H UAL HOME-MAHE BOLTED MEAL. I QO POUNDS of Bolted M«aI as produced at I OU my Mill is the «jual in Bulk of 200 pounds of Western kiln-dried *'eal—kiln drjin# will disguise defective grai.i but will never pro duce meal eq'jal to that produced by choice grain not subjected to such process. mar7 JOSHUA BKAL CORN MEAL BRAN. SKND your bags and cash to tbe store ol JOSHUA BKAL and purchase Meal Bran lo yonr stock, at the »tore of fel>4 JOSHUA BKAL expansion lamp shades. THE KXPANSION SHADE will fit any Lamp and can be folded up and put away when not in use. Call n.id see them at m ar28 DUA L'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE. m ar28 DUA L'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE. meal. WITH an improved Mill I ain now manufae iacturinir a very cliolce, fine white bolted JOSHUA BKAL or unbolted Meal. mari4 by is MUSKETS, MUSKETS. —A LOT OF— SMOOTH-BORE MUSKETS Well adapted for lütiot Gum, Just received, and for sale at $5.00 each, by J. JASTKEMSKI & BRO., aprl8 Near tbe Courthouse. Glim and pistols. ALLKN'8 Breech Loading Rifle, Wesson's Hrewh Loading Htfle, Old Style Kentucky Kille, Sing!» Hhot (4uns, English Double Shot Quns, Powder Flasks, öhot Pouches. Gun and Pistol Tube», at aug27 RI AL'H BOOK A VARIKTY STORE a new supply of Legal cap, FoolFcai*, Letter and OomroercKl Note Papers Letter Press Copying Books, Carmin*» Ink, Biack Ink. in pints and quarts. Oil Paper, Blotting Board,etc., etc.,at mar3 BEAL'S BOOK k VA HIRT Y STORE pork and lakd. i)f\ TIA rrels Mess Pork, 4J\J 3 tierces Leaf Lard, 10 kegs 7300 pounds Green Shoulders jnst stored and for sale at current rates by marl4 J08HPA HEAL colgate's toilet soaps. Honey, glyckrine, CAMPHORATED, CASTILE, etc., etc., etc., at mar28 BEAL'S BOOK à VARIETY STORE. T70R LANDRETII'S GARDEN HEEDS, go to F G. D. WADDILL'S, feb5 Main street, near Third DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC. F&BSH KEDIC19E8, DRUGS, PERFUMERIES —And— JHIIOfiLURTEOlJ« AKTICLK*. t rpUE UNDERSIGNED respsetfully give* X notice that be ha* always oa hand a froh supply ot MBDIOINB8. ETC., Which they guarantee to be pure; alto assortment of I» E » r tj atf B It TT , from the moat celebrated manufactories, oomprls Ing LUBIN'S/ BAZIN and Madam DURANDS, WRIGHT'S A flne a**ortm*nt ot E88SNCES FOI HANDKERCHIEFS —AWD— * ICCRTHD SOAPS AH kind* of fresh genuine MINERAL WATERS FCHB LldVOM, vis, French tad American BRANDIES, WUISKY—Rye and Bourbon. PORT WINE. SHERRY and MADEIRA Genuine Holland OIN, Pare SCHNAPPS, FHBNOH PATEST MEDICIHEI. SIROP DE BRI A NT, SIROP DE VLORI, SIROP DM LAMOUHIEUX LIQUEUR LA VILLE. ELIXIR ANTI-GLAIROUX, INJECTION BRAN, LEROY'0 MEDICINES, VIM DE SEGUIN, PEROHLOHMER DE PER DK PRA* AR, UU1LLE DE VOIE DE MORUE DE TOUGHS, •• •« e e •• «• (de HOgg* Will receive by the next steamer a fresh lot of Paten t Medicines, direct from manafeetnrer*. WINTER GARDEN SEEI)S-ju*t received OOAL OIL and COAL LAMPS—a variety on hand. LEECHES always on hand. W Aliord»r»/romt\êo<MntrvearefaUypvt up and promply attmdtd to. JOHN V. JASTREMSKI, HT" Store nearly onpoitte tbe Branch of the Louslana State Bank. Jail J* JÄ8TKKM8KI & BRoi7 Druggists and Apothecaries, COURT HOUSE SQUARE, Corner of Xomeruloe and Afrlcis It*. THE UNDERS1QNE!) beg leava to an> non nee to the public, that tbey are pra*l pared at the above place, to fill a'l order*! and prescriptions. They now have on band, and will constantly keep, a full supply of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, OILS, Ac., FANCY and TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, TOOTH BRUSHIS, COMBS, PISTOLS, CUTLERY, SUNS, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Air. Special care and attention will be given to tbe PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT, with that view, an experienced Druggiit, PAUL BESSY, will always be found in attendance at ail hour*. nov29 J. JA8TREM8KI & BHO. G. D. WADDILL, Having purchased the drug store, on Main St., i'aton Rouge, I 'haynes' drug STORE, If respectfully informa bta olty and eountry < friends that he ia prepared tu furnish, and will keep constantly on hand,supplies of FRESH AND GENUINE MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, and alt other articles Inhla Du*. A share oftti) public patronage la r.specifuliy sollcted. nov24-tf Atlantic & Great Western Railway ! regg "fljjtff MBfr The Short aod Direct Boote to 3STEW YORK, BOSTON, New Haven. Hrldfteport, Providence, Klritlra. Plttaburg, Hnrrlaburg, Phil adelphia, Baltimore, Washington City AND TO ILL rOMTS I« NEW YORK, NEWaENCLAND pennsylvania. TWG THROUGH EXPRE88 TRAINS leaT« Cincinnati daily, making direct connection with (.11 ihn principal railways West and 8outh .M orning (*.XI'KKB ü leaves Cincinnati,(except Sundays./ 6:00 A. M„ arrives in New York next day atS là P. M., Boston,0:00 A. M. LIGHTNING I-XPHE&8, (except Saturdays') P. ji'\ arrive in New Yor* second morning at 7:00 A M., Boston, 6:00 P. M . Palace Stateroom Sleeping Ooacbea, surpassing in elegance and comiort those on my other line, urn attached to the Lightning Kxpress at Cincin nati, »lid run through to NEW YGRK without chnng>j of cars. This ic the only Line running Coaches through without rliaoge from Cincinnati to New Yrrk Baggage Cheeked through to all pointu Kwt. I Ask for ticket* via. Atlantic and Great Western Railway, for sale at all principal Tieket and Steamboat offices throughout the 8outh and West. \ L. D. BUCKER, General Superinienden W. B. 8HATTUC, Gen'i Ticket Ag't. sept7 French Patent Medicines* JUST RECEIVED— Leras' Phosphate of Iron, Grlmault's Syrup Horse Radish and Iodlnt( Injection Brou, Leroy's Pills, Purgative Nos. 1, 2, 3 aad 4. .. V-mi Purgative, Slrop de Digitale de Labelonye, Klon, Brian t, Lamooroux, Capsules de haquin, .. Matbey-Caylus. For sale at JOHN JASTBEMSKI'8, june6 Third Street Drug Store. GENUINE FRENCH patent medicines. SIROP LACTDCARIDM, SIROP DIGITALE, SIROP BRIANT, SIROP FLOR, FRENCH OOD LITER OIL, 8YRDP PHOSPHATE OÏ IRON LEROY PURGATIVE, LIQUEUR LA VILLE, GUILLI ANTI GLAIREUX The above for sale at _ JOHN V. JASTBEMSKI'8 may 12 Drug Store, SHERIFF'S SALES, ETC. STATE OF LOUiSIANA-PIPTH ju dicial Diatrict Court—Pariah of Bant Ba ton Kotige— Jan. A. Payne va. Jno. W. Bryan—No. 1494. BY Y1HTCK of a writ of/2, fa. issned in tbe above enit, and dliected to tbe I Sheriff of aaid Pariah from tbe Honorable Court aforesaid, 1 have eeised and will expose to poblio «ale, in fron t of the Conrt House doer of said Parish, in the oitjr of Baton Rouge, on SATURDAY, the Sd d »y at MAY nest, at 11 o'elook, A. M., of said day, all (he right, title, interest and claim of tbe de fendant, in and to tbe following described property, to-wit: TWO ARPENTS OF LAND between the Clinton and Bayou Sara roads, about one mile from the city of Baton Rouge, bounded as follows : North, by tbe lands of John A. Dougherty; South, by lands of C. Minionflet, together with all the build ings and improvements tbereon, consist ing of Dwelling House, Steam Gin Mill and fixtures, Stables, Blacksmith Shop and Tools; also, 9 Mules, 3 Horses 4 Sows with pigs, 18 Plows, 1 HoiUe Cart, 1 lot of liar : neos, 1 lot of Hay, 1 Kare, 1 doubled-bar reled Shot Gun, 1 lot of household Furni ture, 4 Wagons, 1 open Buggy, 1 Piano, 1 Mare and Colt, 1 Roan Stallion 1 Bathing Tub. Seized to pay and satisfy the amount of [ judgment, interest and cost claimed in tbe above suit. T kbms ot S al *— Cash with the benefit of appraisement. ED. D. CHEATHAM, mar81 Deputy Sheriff. NEW ORLEANS CARPS. w. ». piks.*.. •#. m . urmti., PIKE, LAPEYRE & BROTHER, BANKERS, bialiu 1» FOREIGN ft DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, BONDS, ilOtKH, COIN AM) XTl>TOXJR3EiE3SrT 3STOXES. OPK1CK ON CAMP HTRKKT, Between Canal and Common Streets, declT-y' New Orlean» Li». BASE BALL HEADQUARTERS. p. f. gogakty, 1150 Camp Street ISO NAW ORLEANS, LA. Has constantly on hand a large supply of Base Hall Material, Base Balis, Mats, Basas, Belts, Game, jRefereuoe «od Score Books. KV Ordere from Country Clubs promptly attended to. apr21-3in j I [ | [ the campaigns ,f—vr— Lieutenant General Forrest, —AMD or— FORREST'S CAVALRY, A n O ctavo V olume o * 625 P abcs. Price in eiotb, »4; half calf, $8. ! rpo BE PRINTED ON EINE PAPER, HAND I JL somely bound, and Illustrated with four lull-page »Uel-plate portraits, one group of me* dallion portraits, together with copious nuaps and j dlagiaius, and seven portraits on wood, making he most complete and elegant historical work I ever issued from the American press. AGENTS WANTED. BLELOCK & CO., Publishers, jan4 180 Canai Street, New Orleans. papbh, STAT10KERY & FANCY GOODS, WAREHOISK t 96 & 98 - Common Street- 96 & 08. NEW OKLEANS, LA. WE are sow receiving by almost every arrival a large stock of PAINTING, WRITING AND WRAPPING PAPER, PAFKR BAGS, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY ofall kinds, And FANCY GOODS. Received per steamer Evening star and (hip freedom— 44 cases CAP and LETTER PAPER. 40 reams COTTON SAMPLING PAPER. 10 cases SCHOOL SLATEs. 200 dozen WEBSTER'S SPELLING BOOKS. 160,000 PAPER BAGS, all else«, from M to ïtfe COMBS, * NEEDLES, PINS, TOOTH BRU8HES, A d a general assortment of FANCY MOODS. to sale at reduced prices. STEVENS & SEYMOUB, Julyl8 M and 98 Common street. COMMISSION MERCHANT. JS. COPES, Cotton Factor and General Com« • mission Merchant, No. 61 St. Charles street, corner of Union. New Orleans, La. june^7-y JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. fr ,A rtîf, V n in V-Ä e Watchen and Jewelry, iVo^l 18 Canal street. Premium awarded at the late Pair 1 or the best Ha'r Work. Watches and Jewelry repaired and warr anted. A. RIKMANX, Watchmaker warr anted. A. RIKMANX, Watchmaker d6-ly JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS Aß. GRiSWOLD A CO , ( o;d firm of Ilyde A • Goodrich, established fifty years), Manu> facturera and Importers of Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cutlery, Guns and Pistols ; corner of Canal and Royal streets. declü-y BOOTS AND SHOES. ~ LOUIS KOOLSBERGEN. Importer and Dealer In Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes, No. 08 Royal street, between St. Louis and Conti, New Orleans. Ladies' Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes made to order. deo24 GARDEN SEEDS. " EP. VIRGIN, successor to D Maupay, Dealer • In Seeds. No 104 Gravier street, bet,Camp and Magazine streets. New Orleans. aug24-y HOTELS. CITY HOTEL, Corner Camp and Common Sts,, R. S. Morse, Proprietor, New Orleans, La. dec22-ly WlNCUEN'UiU'N REPEATING RIFLES, —PIKING— two shots A second as a'repeater —i«D— KO Shots a Minute as a Breech-Loader. THESE POWERFUL, ACCURATE AND WON derfully effective weapons, carrying eighteen charges, which can be fired In nine seconds, are no» ready for tbe market, and are for sale by all he responsible Gun Dealers throughout the country. For full Information, send for circular» and pamphlets to the WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., f«b25-3tn New Haven, Conn.